Michigan, who picked up their four five-star commitment in running back Derrick Green on Saturday, is followed by Notre Dame, Texas A&M, Ohio State and LSU in the top five. The next five schools are UCLA, Florida, Georgia, Alabama and USC. Washington and Mississippi round out the top 12.
Oklahoma State is No. 16, and Florida State, the No. 1 team in the ACC, dropped three spots to No. 17. Vanderbilt is No. 18 and Pittsburgh jumped six slots to No. 19 and is the top Big East followed by Oklahoma State.
The Southeastern Conference leads the way with 10 teams (Texas A&M, LSU, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Vanderbilt, Auburn and South Carolina) in the Top 25.
The Pac-12 is next with six teams (UCLA, USC, Washington, California, Arizona and Oregon) followed by the Big 12 with three teams (Texas, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State) and the Big Ten with three teams (Michigan, Ohio State, Nebraska). The ACC (Florida State), the Big East (Pittsburgh) and independents (Notre Dame) each placed one.
North Carolina was the lone team to drop out of the Top 25. The Tar Heels fell two slots to No. 26.